Many dentists and dental therapists are now offering facial aesthetic treatments such as dermal fillers, so it’s important to receive the best training possible in order to differentiate your practice from other dental practices.
With small class sizes, hands-on training and instruction from leading international surgeons, OFAA’s dermal filler courses are perfect for dentists looking to learn new skills. Our courses are cadaver based, giving delegates the opportunity to truly understand the complex facial anatomy through dissection before trying the dermal filler techniques for themselves.
The advantage of cadaver based training is that it allows delegates to practise different techniques without concern of risk of pain or adverse events.
Why dentists should consider dermal filler training
Facial aesthetic treatments are the perfect partner to cosmetic dental work. Patients who come to dentists to improve their smile can often benefit from filler placed in the nasolabial – marionette folds, lips or chin. Having the ability to perform these treatments in your practice can mean better patient satisfaction and retention by allowing you to deliver more effective overall results.
Why OFAA dermal filler courses are perfect for dentists
At OFAA, many of our delegates are dentists or dental therapists developing broader cosmetic injectable skills such as fillers and Botox®. We’re so popular with dentists because our courses teach everything you need to know to develop safe, effective filler techniques – from appropriate patient selection, to how to choose safe filler planes and how to minimise complications.
Each of our courses also specialises in one area – for example in 2018 we’re running courses on restoring female and male facial profiles, the prevention and management of dermal filler complications, and perioral and periorbital rejuvenation.
Who are your trainers
OFAA courses are led by Mrs Sabrina Shah-Desai (MS, FRCS), one of UK’s leading Oculoplastic Surgeons specialising in surgical and non-surgical peri-orbital rejuvenation. She is a global KOL for Galderma and has developed “Eye-Boost™” and “Perfect360 ™”.
On every course, we’re also joined by other leading anatomical & surgical expertise to compliment the course content.
Career development for dentists
Our dermal filler courses give delegates 7 hours of accredited CPD time, helping with career development goals. We also provide a certificate of completion. A broad range of skills in facial aesthetics is extremely valuable in dentistry – so is a perfect way to up skill.
Testimonials from dentists:
I’m going to go home and write up my notes. It’ll take me days to assimilate what I’ve learned today
Ruth – Dentist.
It’s a very, very good course
Latha – Dentist from London. V
This is the best [filler] complications course I’ve been on
Sinead – Dentist from Essex.
I’d recommend it to everyone who works in facial aesthetics